Life List: Poems by Marc Beaudin, with monotypes by Storrs Bishop, introduction by J. Drew Lanham. Pre-order now for 10% off the retail price.
“Exquisite in its celebration of flight and how wilderness works its way into our blood and bones and calls us to something transcendent.” –Shann Ray, author of American Copper and Blood Fire Vapor Smoke
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Marc Beaudin is a poet, theatre artist and ABAA bookseller living in the writer’s haven of Livingston, Montana, dubbed “America’s finest open air asylum” for multiple reasons. A recipient of an Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Foundation artist residency, he has had work published in numerous journals and anthologies. His latest book, Vagabond Song, was called a “jazzy, freewheeling, rollicking road trip into the beating heart of the Eternal Now” by the Montana Quarterly. He thinks it would be a good idea for you to read Ulysses and listen to the Northwoods Improvisers. He believes the Brahms’ Violin Concerto in D is more powerful than all the guns, smokestacks and coal trains in the world.